A Lotus Seed

Join us Online or In-Person Worship Service

A woman flees war with a lotus seed.  They travel over uncharted stormy waters, each to be lost in new land; each to be found over the course of three generations.  The seed is precious to hold—yet seeds are meant for planting. Come and worship together as our congregation travels over the uncharted waters of potential dissolution.  We are pleased to welcome musical guest Amanda Udis-Kessler.

Congregational Meeting

The congregational meeting and vote will occur directly after worship; look for your voting packet email and snail mail. The dissolution plan and voting requirements can be found on the High Plains website at https://www.hpcuu.org/official-board-updates/. We need a quorum of 27 people. If you cannot attend in-person or on Zoom, please assign a proxy to cast your vote.  Simply notify our Secretary, Alex Tolson, at secretary@hpcuu.org and copy your assigned proxy.


Amanda Udis-Kessler is a writer, songwriter, composer, sociologist, lay preacher, anti-racism educator, college administrator, and a former member of High Plains. She is currently writing two books. Her progressive worship music is available at queersacredmusic.com and her writings are available at amandaudiskessler.com. When not working on creative and intellectual projects, Amanda loves snuggling with her pets, watching baking competitions, and reading about progressive spirituality and how it can inform social justice work.


To join us Online in the HPCUU Zoom Room. Email office@hpcuu.org for the password.